Secrets of the Samoan-style pineapple custard pie... a rare and beautiful recipe I found from an old aunt :)

Pinner Wrote: Secrets of the Samoan-style pineapple custard pie. a rare and beautiful recipe I found from an old aunt :)

Traditional Sapa Sui (Samoan Chop Suey)

Traditional Sapa Sui (Samoan Chop Suey)

Traditional Sapa Sui Samoan Chop Suey: use mung bean noodles and beef stew meat (or browned spam, chicken, pork)

Maori Fry Bread - Make this all the time...my hips love it.

Maori Bread

This Maori Fried Bread is a traditional Maori recipe. This bread has a doughnut texture but none of the sugar.

Dean knows but now I can take over! Lol.  Step by step on how to lay a Hangi #aTableForTwo

I am neither Kiwi nor Maori, and never lay a hangi in my life. But after attending the Earth Masterclass at Melbourne Food and Wine Festival last weekend, I was so inspired that now suddenly have t…

Samoan dessert called Pani Popo. It's a bun which sits in a pool of sweet coconut cream. It's delicious! I'm not sure of it's origin... Filipinos? Spanish?

I DIED: "Samoan dessert called Pani Popo. It's a bun which sits in a pool of sweet coconut cream. I'm not sure of it's origin.

New Zealand Bluff Oyster. The best oysters in the world. A delicacy. Just had a dozen. Wow!!!

Open season

New Zealand Bluff Oyster. The best oysters in the world. A delicacy. Just had a dozen. Lived in Bluff, worked @ Ocean Beach Refrig. We swap 2 frozen lambs for a trailer load of ♥ Bluff oysters when they came in season ♥

Recipes: Maori Fried Bread 4 cups of standard white flour90513Maori Fried Bread Recipe Golden Syrup 3 Tablespoons of sugar 2 Tablespoon..of yeast 1 liter of water (4 1/4 cups) cooking oil & electric frying pan or deep fryer

Maori Fried Bread from New Zealand

Recipes: Maori Fried Bread 4 cups of standard white Fried Bread Recipe Golden Syrup 3 Tablespoons of sugar 2 Tablespoon.of yeast 1 liter of water cups) cooking oil & electric frying pan or deep fryer

Lu Pulu - A Polynesian Food    Ingredients    * 15 taro leaves washed stems removed  * 1 can corn beef  * 1 cup coconut milk  * 1 medium size onion  * 1 chopped tomato (optional)  * 1 banana leaf or 50sq cm foil.  Salt and Pepper to taste.

Lu Pulu - A Polynesian Food Ingredients * 15 taro leaves washed stems removed * 1 can corn beef * 1 cup coconut milk * 1 medium size onion * 1 chopped tomato (optional) * 1 banana leaf or cm foil. Salt and Pepper to taste.

Samoa Food: Paifala – Samoan half-moon pies (traditional recipe)

These are are true treat Samoa Food: Paifala – Samoan half-moon pies (traditional recipe)

These cookies are known as Afghans in New Zealand and are somewhat of a Kiwi icon. No matter which town you travel to you are no doubt going to come across them in the local café’s or bakeries. Nobody knows where they originated from or why they are called Afghans, all I can tell you is that these simple little cookies are tasty little morsels.

Chocolate Crunch Cookies (Afghans)

These cookies are known as Afghans in New Zealand and are somewhat of a Kiwi icon. No matter which town you travel to you are no doubt going to come across them in the local café’s or bakeries. Nobody knows where they originated from or why they are called Afghans, all I can tell you is that these simple little cookies are tasty little morsels.

A dish similar to the Fijian Rourou or Dalo leaves cooked in the earth oven "Lovo" underneath the ground wrapped in foil delicately covered with stones and banana leaves. Mine is an easy peasy simp...

Spinach In Coconut Milk (Cheaters Rourou)

A dish similar to the Fijian Rourou or Dalo leaves cooked in the earth oven "Lovo" underneath the ground wrapped in foil delicately covered with stones and banana leaves. Mine is an easy peasy simp.

Palusami is a main dish from Samoa made with coconut milk. In the islands of Samoa, we use taro leaves and the Samoan corn-beef but here in America, my family can not live with out it so we use other substitute you can buy at the grocery store.

Palusami is a main dish from Samoa made with coconut milk. In the islands of Samoa, we use taro leaves and the Samoan corn-beef but here in America, my family can not live with out it so we use other substitute you can buy at the grocery store.

Kaiwhenua Ancestral Foods By Lyn: Maori Kai - Pork Bones and Watercress Boil Up!

Maori Kai - Pork Bones and Watercress Boil Up! kg Pork Bones Sea salt for taste 4 Bunches of Fresh Watercress 2 Orange Kumar.

Cook Island potato salad - Mainese (spelling?) - YUM!!

Cook Islands Potato Salad - In NZ you will see this at many a feast if your family has Rarotongan relatives.

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